CRASH KARMA - CRASH KARMA
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2010 debut album from the Canadian Alt-Rock supergroup featuring vocalist Edwin (I Mother Earth), drummer Jeff Burrows (The Tea Party), guitarist: Mike Turner (Our Lady Peace) and bassist: Amir Epstein (Zygote).
Top Customer Reviews
Then last week I played it a couple more times, and I'll be damned if the whole thing didn't just suddenly "click" with me. Rethinking my position, I re-wrote my review.
Crash Karma (Edwin - ex I Mother Earth, Mike Turner - ex Our Lady Peace, Jeff Burrows - ex The Tea Party, and someone named Amir Epstein on bass) combine some of the best elements of the bands that spawned them. At first I saw a another faceless post-grunge band rocking past their prime, but now I'm getting it a little more. To the contrary, it sounds like these guys have some ideas to get off their chests. Wracked with Mike Turner's angular guitar riffage and some mature and pensive lyrics by Edwin, this album rocks. Edwin is singing better than he has in years, pushing the voice to the limits we remember from the heady I Mother Earth prime. Turner is rocking much harder than Our Lady Peace, and much more straightforwardly. Burrows, freed of The Tea Party's complexity, lays down hard fast fills, recorded expertly by Turner. The result is a collection of songs that combines some of the best elements from the original bands, mixed in with some latter-day Rush.
Best songs include IME-like "Like A Wave" (the operner), "Awake", and the furious "Fight". Another track I begrundingly like is "Lost", a slow one that sounds a bit too close to Edwin's "Alive". The melodies and vibe are suspiciously alike. However there is no filler on this album. It works better as an album, a single piece, than individual songs. Rather than make a road CD with your favourites on it, this one works better as an album.Read more ›